The public will have to wait about 72 hours to know if the Movement Control Order (MCO), enforced since March 18, will be further extended to curb the spread of Covid-19.
It was initially enforced until March 31, but extended to April 14 and this Friday (April 10), the government is expected to make the much awaited announcement on whether MCO will be further extended.
Many people are keeping their fingers crossed MCO, will not be further extended so that they could return to their normal lives, but it will all depend on the Covid-19 situation in the country and the government will certainly not place the health of its people at stake.
For the record, today is the 22nd day of the MCO.
Also a total of 170 new Covid-19 cases, with one death, were recorded as of noon yesterday, bringing the accumulated Covid-19 cases in the country to 3,963, with a total of 63 deaths.
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